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Question: Hi I am 11 weeks pregnant.... my heart beat remains fast than normal .... is it normal?
Answer: One example is an increased amount of blood in the body. This extra blood results in a heart rate that's about 25 percent faster than usual. A faster heart rate can result in occasional heart palpitations. ... Heart palpitations can be normal and non harmful during pregnancy.
Question: Am a 27 weeks pregnant my heart beat is very fast what can i do for controlling my heart beat
Answer: An increased amount of blood in the body may cause your heart to beat faster.
This extra blood results in a heart rate that’s about 25 percent faster than usual. A faster heart rate can result in occasional heart palpitations. These feel like your heart is fluttering or beating extremely fast.
Heart palpitations can be normal and nonharmful during pregnancy. Hope it helps.
Question: Heart beat for the foetus is very fast when slept on the left..Is it normal?
You can't feel your babys heart beat yourself you would need a Doppler or during sonography is when you can listen to it
Post 19 weeks you may as well hear it with the help of stethoscope
So probably what you feel is your own heart beat
During pregnancy the heart beat rate increase up to 30 % due to increase in cardic output